Flight and Aircraft Engineer Magazine: Bound Issues from April 1, 1955 - June 17, 1955

By: Smith, Maurice: Editor

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Multi-paginated Profusely illustrated with black and white photography, diagrams and advertisements. No. 2410 Vol. 67 contains: Maritime Britannia - first particulars of Canadair's CL-28; Re-Rising Sun - the Japanese aircraft industry 10 years after VJ-Day; Southern Air Traffic Control at London Airport; H.M. Carriers 1955 - survey's the role of the aircraft carrier in a thermo-nuclear age and previews the carrier strength of British and Commonwealth navies; Carrier Developments - recent inventions to increase efficiency on the flight deck; Scotland's Air Ambulances - two B.E.A. Herons go into operation. No. 2411 Vol. 67 8 April 1955 contains: The Speed of the Fox - a fairey occasion with historic associations; Jodel D.112 and Druine Turbi - Two French Ultra-light Two-seaters Compared; London Airport Central - photos of the new passenger handling block; Ferry 604 - The diary of a Viscount delivery flight to Montreal; Radically New Cockpit Design - U.S. Navy's television instrumentation; No. 47 Squadron - history of a famous transport command unit; Air Gunnery at Sylt; The Edo Amphibious Float; Two photos of the Handley Page Victor; The Deuce - English Electric's Digital Computer; T.C.A. and the Viscount - Background to the North American debut of a British turboprop airliner. No. 2413 Vol. 67 22 April 1955: Photo of the Hiller "Flying Platform"; Mixed Power - Engines of Different Species in Combination, Mr. M.J. Brennan's R.Ae.S. Lecture; Actuallites Francaises - the mighty Armagnac *page 519-520 missing from this article*; At the controls of the B-45 - Second-pilot time on a four-jet bomber; Britannia's Johannesburg Trials - Phase one of the tropical tests; Idlewild's New Terminal Area. No.2414 Vol.67 29 April 1955: Guide to First 1955 National Air Races; The Supercharged Turboprop - Dr. Hooker's S.A.E. Lecture on the Bristol B.E. 25, successor to the Proteus; Automatic Interception - all-weather single-seaters defending the U.K.; Meeting of the Airways; Actualites Francaises - the Morane-Saulnier M.S.760 Paris; Silencing Jet Helicopters - a notable paper by Professor E.J. Richards; Sopwith Camel - Historic Military Aircraft No. 10; Tower of London - radar, radio and lighting controls in the new central building. No. 2415 Vol. 67 6 May 1955: A Coming-of-age with Gannets; Actualites Francaises - part 3 - non-stop variety in light aircraft; Jet Provost - Hunting Percival's New Av Initio Trainer (includes 2-page detailed drawing); The First Round - Swansea sees the start of the 1955 national air races; Off the Ice - an R.C.A.F. helicopter rescues a Cessna which was partially submerged beneath ice; Igor Sikorsky in Great Britain - Pioneer Helicopter Designer's Lecture to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers; Fabrications to Float and Fly - rubber dinghies, balloons, and much else - the work of the R.F. D company; "Hot" Parts by the Hundred - Briggs Motor Bodies, Ltd. No. 2416 Vol. 67 13 May 1955: More Thoughts on Jet Lift; Routine Atlantic Crossing - Passenger's impressions of a typical Transatlantic flight by B.O.A.C. Stratocruiser; The World's Air Forces - Their compostion, duties and aircraft *2 pages of this article are loose but present*; 1955 Military Aircraft Data; National Aircraft Insignia; The World's Air Forces Cont'd. No. 2417 Vol. 67 May 20, 1955: A Truimphant British Motion Picture - The Dam Busters; Luftwaffe Redivivus - Germany's New Air Force for A.A.F.C.E. - Its strenghts and constitution; The Party Line on Airlines - Tories, Labour and Liberals express their view for "flight"; Supersonic Fighter - a critical examination of the F-100A Super Sabre (with detailed drawing); Introduction to Air Freight - Part 1 American Domestic Scene; The S.N.C.A.S.E. S.E. 210 Caravalle - France's First Jet Airliner (with detailed drawing); Regularity in the making - the technical organization behind B.O.A.C.; Flight Control - an historical review - Abstracts from Dr. Draper's Wilbur Wright Lecture; Deutsche Lufthansa in Service - How the revived German airline is operating; At the B.I.F. - Materials, Tools and Equipment at Castle Bromwich; Decca Evaluated - Findings of the 1951-53 M.T.C.A. Trials - and a Decca Postscript. No. 2418 Vol 67 27 May 1955: Brood of the Eagle - Gannets, Wyverns, Sea Hawks, Skyraiders and Dragonflies aboard the H.M.S. Eagle; Mars to Javelin - Gloster aircraft of forty years (dozens of illustrations)*missing page 717-718*; Friends in the Gloster Family; Jet-Airliner Systems - electrics, hydraulics, air conditioning, pressurization and fuel supply; Man-Carrying Centrifuge - New acceleration research rig for Institute of Aviation Medicine. No. 2419, Vol. 67 3 June 1955: Bristol Orpheus - a medium thrust turbojet with exceptional potentialities; Blackburn-Turbomeca - An outstanding range of small gas turbines (detailed drawing); Whitsun displays and competitions; Fokker F.27 Friendship - Holland's up-and-coming feedliner - basic simplicity plus some new techniques (detailed drawing); Farewell to "Habb" - memories of the great R.A.F. base in the middle east now ceded to Iraq; Lockheed vs. Douglas - A brief comparative analysis of America's new long-range liners; Louis Breguet's work - an appreciation; Soldering aluminum - a new process approved by the M.o.S. for Aircraft. No. 2420 Vol. 26 10 June 1955: Ypenburg impressions - more about the Ilsy display; Britain's contribution to a great Paris Salon; Silver in the sun - Canberras of Bomber Command; Introduction to air freight - part 2 - Britain's bid on the Atlantic route; France's aircraft industry - the background to the Paris show; L'Aviation Legere - the French Government-sponsored Popular Flying Movement; French Commercial Aviation - Extensive world networks - plans for domestic-route expansion; Aluminium alloy Components - modern tendencies in forging and casting techniques; The British Light-alloy industry; Oil-cooled generators. No. 2421 Vol. 67. 17 June 1955: Third Round of the national air races - a damp day at Whitchurch; Birthday Honours; Mach 3 Wind Tunnel - Armstrong Whitworth's Whitley Plant; Newspaper Run - From Fleet Street's presses to Germany's breakfast tables; One Loose Glider - reflections on an unusual channel crossing; The Paris show; "New Guinea Internal" - quantas introduces Beavers for some exacting duties; Single-Spool Turboprop - Notes on the philosophy behind the Eland; Air Transports in the news. No. 2422 Vol. 67 24 June 1955: Without visible means of support - Ultra-modern French entomology - the Coleopter; week-end in Paris; Stands at the Salon - new components and accessories seen a Le Bourget; Scharfoldendorf Championships - Gliding contests; The Turboprop in practice - B.E.A's Viscount Experience - Mr. Masefield's paper at the Anglo-American conference; Low Consumption turbines - Some Rolls-Royce Achievements - Mr. Lombard's Lecture at the Anglo-American Conference. Unmarked. Light to moderate wear. Moderate lean to spine. Nice copy.

Title: Flight and Aircraft Engineer Magazine: Bound Issues from April 1, 1955 - June 17, 1955

Author: Smith, Maurice: Editor

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: U.K., Iliffe and Sons Ltd.: 1955

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 35503050

Keywords: Flight and Aircraft Engineer Magazine 1955 Aircraft Carriers Multi-paginated Profusely illustrated with black and white photography, diagrams and advertisements. No. 2410 Vol. 67 contains: Maritime Britannia - first particulars of Canadair's CL-28; Re-Rising Sun - the Japanese aircraft industry 10 years after VJ-Day; Southern Air Traffic Control at London Airport; H.M. Carriers 1955 - survey's the role of the aircraft carrier in a thermo-nuclear age and previews the carrier strength of British and Commonwealth navies; Carrier Developments - recent inventions to increase efficiency on the flight deck; Scotland's Air Ambulances - two B.E.A. Herons go into operation. No. 2411 Vol. 67 8 April 1955 contains: The Speed of the Fox - a fairey occasion with historic associations; Jodel D.112 and Druine Turbi - Two French Ultra-light Two-seaters Compared; London Airport Central - photos of the new passenger handling block; Ferry 604 - The diary of a Viscount delivery flight to Montreal; Radically New Cockpit Design - U.S. Navy's television instrumentation; No. 47 Squadron - history of a famous transport command unit; Air Gunnery at Sylt; The Edo Amphibious Float; Two photos of the Handley Page Victor; The Deuce - English Electric's Digital Computer; T.C.A. and the Viscount - Background to the North American debut of a British turboprop airliner. No. 2413 Vol. 67 22 April 1955: Photo of the Hiller "Flying Platform"; Mixed Power - Engines of Different Species in Combination, Mr. M.J. Brennan's R.Ae.S. Lecture; Actuallites Francaises - the mighty Armagnac *page 519-520 missing from this article*; At the controls of the B-45 - Second-pilot time on a four-jet bomber; Britannia's Johannesburg Trials - Phase one of the tropical tests; Idlewild's New Terminal Area. No.2414 Vol.67 29 April 1955: Guide to First 1955 National Air Races; The Supercharged Turboprop - Dr. Hooker's S.A.E. Lecture on the Bristol B.E. 25, successor to the Proteus; Automatic Interception - all-weather single-seaters defending the U.K.; Meeting of the Airways; Actualites Francaises - the Morane-Saulnier M.S.760 Paris; Silencing Jet Helicopters - a notable paper by Professor E.J. Richards; Sopwith Camel - Historic Military Aircraft No. 10; Tower of London - radar, radio and lighting controls in the new central building. No. 2415 Vol. 67 6 May 1955: A Coming-of-age with Gannets; Actualites Francaises - part 3 - non-stop variety in light aircraft; Jet Provost - Hunting Percival's New Av Initio Trainer (includes 2-page detailed drawing); The First Round - Swansea sees the start of the 1955 national air races; Off the Ice - an R.C.A.F. helicopter rescues a Cessna which was partially submerged beneath ice; Igor Sikorsky in Great Britain - Pioneer Helicopter Designer's Lecture to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers; Fabrications to Float and Fly - rubber dinghies, balloons, and much else - the work of the R.F. D company; "Hot" Parts by the Hundred - Briggs Motor Bodies, Ltd. No. 2416 Vol. 67 13 May 1955: More Thoughts on Jet Lift; Routine Atlantic Crossing - Passenger's impressions of a typical Transatlantic flight by B.O.A.C. Stratocruiser; The World's Air Forces - Their compostion, duties and aircraft *2 pages of this article are loose but present*; 1955 Military Aircraft Data; National Aircraft Insignia; The World's Air Forces Cont'd. No. 2417 Vol. 67 May 20, 1955: A Truimphant British Motion Picture - The Dam Busters; Luftwaffe Redivivus - Germany's New Air Force for A.A.F.C.E. - Its strenghts and constitution; The Party Line on Airlines - Tories, Labour and Liberals express their view for "flight"; Supersonic Fighter - a critical examination of the F-100A Super Sabre (with detailed drawing); Introduction to Air Freight - Part 1 American Domestic Scene; The S.N.C.A.S.E. S.E. 210 Caravalle - France's First Jet Airliner (with detailed drawing); Regularity in the making - the technical organization behind B.O.A.C.; Flight Control - an historical review - Abstracts from Dr. Draper's Wilbur Wright Lecture; Deutsche Lufthansa in Service - How the revived German airline is operating; At the B.I.F. - Materials, Tools and Equipment at Castle Bromwich; Decca Evaluated - Findings of the 1951-53 M.T.C.A. Trials - and a Decca Postscript. No. 2418 Vol 67 27 May 1955: Brood of the Eagle - Gannets, Wyverns, Sea Hawks, Skyraiders and Dragonflies aboard the H.M.S. Eagle; Mars to Javelin - Gloster aircraft of forty years (dozens of illustrations)*missing page 717-718*; Friends in the Gloster Family; Jet-Airliner Systems - electrics, hydraulics, air conditioning, pressurization and fuel supply; Man-Carrying Centrifuge - New acceleration research rig for Institute of Aviation Medicine. No. 2419, Vol. 67 3 June 1955: Bristol Orpheus - a medium thrust turbojet with exceptional potentialities; Blackburn-Turbomeca - An outstanding range of small gas turbines (detailed drawing); Whitsun displays and competitions; Fokker F.27 Friendship - Holland's up-and-coming feedliner - basic simplicity plus some new techniques (detailed drawing); Farewell to "Habb" - memories of the great R.A.F. base in the middle east now ceded to Iraq; Lockheed vs. Douglas - A brief comparative analysis of America's new long-range liners; Louis Breguet's work - an appreciation; Soldering aluminum - a new process approved by the M.o.S. for Aircraft. No. 2420 Vol. 26 10 June 1955: Ypenburg impressions - more about the Ilsy display; Britain's contribution to a great Paris Salon; Silver in the sun - Canberras of Bomber Command; Introduction to air freight - part 2 - Britain's bid on the Atlantic route; France's aircraft industry - the background to the Paris show; L'Aviation Legere - the French Government-sponsored Popular Flying Movement; French Commercial Aviation - Extensive world networks - plans for domestic-route expansion; Aluminium alloy Components - modern tendencies in forging and casting techniques; The British Light-alloy industry; Oil-cooled generators. No. 2421 Vol. 67. 17 June 1955: Third Round of the national air races - a damp day at Whitchurch; Birthday Honours; Mach 3 Wind Tunnel - Armstrong Whitworth's Whitley Plant; Newspaper Run - From Fleet Street's presses to Germany's breakfast tables; One Loose Glider - reflections on an unusual channel crossing; The Paris show; "New Guinea Internal" - quantas introduces Beavers for some exacting duties; Single-Spool Turboprop - Notes on the philosophy behind the Eland; Air Transports in the news. No. 2422 Vol. 67 24 June 1955: Without visible means of support - Ultra-modern French entomology - the Coleopter; week-end in Paris; Stands at the Salon - new components and accessories seen a Le Bourget; Scharfoldendorf Championships - Gliding contests; The Turboprop in practice - B.E.A's Viscount Experience - Mr. Masefield's paper at the Anglo-American conference; Low Consumption turbines - Some Rolls-Royce Achievements - Mr. Lombard's Lecture at the Anglo-American Conference. Unmarked. Light to moderate wear. Nice copy.,